IU International Magazine

Stay informed about the international activities of Indiana University with IU International magazine, published twice a year since 1993 by the Office of the Vice President for International Affairs.

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Lynn Schoch
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Office of the Vice President for International Affairs
Indiana University
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Phone: (812) 856-5861
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Fall 2014

The cover of the current issue of IU International Magazine.
  • IU Goes to Asia
    IU President Michael McRobbie led a delegation of IU officials to four Asian countries in May 2014.
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  • Angeles Martínez Mier: Service and Service Learning at Home and Abroad
    The John W. Ryan Award for Distinguished Contributions to International Programs and Studies this year honored E. Angeles Martínez Mier, associate professor in the IU School of Dentistry
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  • Irish Poet and President: Honoris Causa
    In May 2014, IU awarded the honorary doctorate in humane letters to Michael D. Higgins - IU alumnus, poet of rural Ireland, and for the past three years, Ireland's president.
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  • Israeli Ambassador: Civil Conversation and Democracy
    Ambassador Dermer spoke of the partnership of the United States and Israel and its role in securing peace in the Middle East.
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  • Seeking Hope in Swaziland
    Hope Seekers is about the power of small beginnings. We look at the enormity of the challenges faced by AIDS orphans in Swaziland and become overwhelmed.
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  • Building a New University in Macedonia
    IU played a leading role, under the direction of Charles Reafsynder, in developing a new university in Tetovo.
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  • Burma (Myanmar) Youth Leadership
    Last spring, 20 Burmese visitors, most of them college students who had never been out of their home country before, spent several weeks in Bloomington at Indiana University.
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  • Picturing the World
    The Indiana University Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the Office of International Services asked students to submit photos from around the world. Some of the prize winners and a few other submissions are included here.
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  • Hangzhou Study Abroad Pioneers
    The 10 IU student "pioneers" were treated as VIPs in China when they studied in Hangzhou in 1984, with attention not just to their work in the classroom but also to their experience of the region and their comfort while there.
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  • Parting Shot
    In Swaziland, a generation of children orphaned by AIDS have had to take charge of their own households. Photo by Josef Kissinger.
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